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[openFATE 314747] replace the gnome default shell with (this) customized shell
Feature changed by: Christian Boltz (cboltz)
Feature #314747, revision 8
Title: replace the gnome default shell with (this) customized shell

- Education Li-f-e: Unconfirmed
+ Education Li-f-e: Rejected by Christian Boltz (cboltz)
+ reject reason: see comment for openSUSE Distribution
Priority
Requester: Desirable

- openSUSE Distribution: Unconfirmed
+ openSUSE Distribution: Rejected by Christian Boltz (cboltz)
+ reject reason: You are more than welcome to submit packages to
+ Tumbleweed - see https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Packaging to get
+ started.
+ However, 4 years without any response show that nobody wanted to jump
+ in. It's unlikely that this will change, so it doesn't really make
+ sense to keep this feature request open.
Priority
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Rizki Aulia Rachman (operamaniac)
Partner organization: openSUSE.org

Description:
a customized shell from gnome shell that have more simple, efficiency,
intuitive and rich navigation, but less eye-candy called "manokwari",
its a default shell from a distro from indonesian named "BlankOn" and
developed by Indonesian Linux Motivator Foundation. it have less memory
usage, more snapy and stable than gnome default shell.
sorry for bad english :P

Relations:
- Manokwari Source (url: https://github.com/BlankOn/manokwari)
- BlankOn & Manokwari review 1 (url:
http://mylinuxexplore.blogspot.com/2012/09/blankon-80-rote-review-least-ram.html)
- BlankOn & Manokwari review 2 (feature/duplicate: www.linuxbsdos.
com/2012/08/19/blankon-8-preview)

Business case (Partner benefit):
openSUSE.org: because the simplicity, efficiency, ease to use and
intuitiveness of this customized shell, you will like it a lot! :-)

Discussion:
#1: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2013-04-02 20:48:43)
You can have it as additional separate packages, but it ain't gonna
replace gnome-shell.




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openSUSE Feature:
https://features.opensuse.org/314747

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